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VOL.. VIII. . NO. 90.'; NE SERIES,
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ILX D0L1ABS PEE TIAB,
Inrarlablj la Advanct?,,,, , ;
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DAILY, TBI-WIXKLY A5D WigEXLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
f UBLI IH1BI AlfP gBPPBllXO El,
cr (mbm ipt. 88, 91 u4.4 ionk sigk it
TBBWB INVABIABLT IX ADTAHQl.
Oaliy " ,f6 00 per roar
By tbs Carrier, per wek; U4 cents.
M-Weokly j vI.j.i' f 00 ptrjMr.
rat of A4Tcrlllnf kf the liimrii
M itntl 1 . . . !(J 00
On " tl nwbUit 18 00
)a Bmontbi Jfi 00
3m "1 month! 10 00
3d " 1 month! 8 00
0m " 1 month. I 00
One laiur 1 WMks.,14 00
On.. ." 8wMk.. 100
On .. "r Iwetk... in
On d7i... 100
On Sdyi... 1i
On lliiMrtloa SO
DliplwM drrtlNBiiU hair mor than Uw abort
atei.
AJwtUMmenU leadtd and "p faced in th ooinanal
I IpMlal Notloei," dvublt thQt1Mryrat44.
All uotlou raqoirM to be ubliuicnSr Uw, legal raUfc
It ordered on the InildeexelmWeiy after theflrat week
per cent, mora than the abor tatee; bat all iaoh wll
appear In the Trt-Weekly without eharge.
BuilDtM Garde, not eioetdlnr aielinM, per year, la
alia, 2 SOper line; onulde I
Notloesof meetlngi,hrita)jleeocleffe,4reootnpanll,
kc, half prire. . - - -v.. v.
AU toantimt advertUmmt wuul ti paid for an
livano lh rule will not beTmrle from
Weekly, ean price as the Daily, !.? the rMei
Mi the Weekly elm. Wber 'b tally ndWekl
iretwth aeed.thenUi eharg let th Weekly will be
lalf the ratM of the Dally ... '. ' ' ' 4
, Ko adTitiji-irtit taken axeept (or a definite period.
BUSINESSVCARDSJ
! V.VNR,U9TARY PUBLIC. "V
t)a
oa-AmboaBnlldlnir, oppotdU Oapltol Bqaar. - r
Y jj H i t: i n qot.pmn, OHiof
AttoiTiey "Counsellor at Law.
'i.mUIOOHlO,
's)
Machine Mannfacturin Company
,Vv'l.lie"i' ...
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, HaMDf atriVUM O t d -. '
STmrENGINES; BOIIERS
I dwUnfi, Klll-wriaf , KMBintry . r "
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" ' Of Itiet DMcirno. 1 1' - : -)
v ... OOMJMBCS," OHIO.',;
,Vi , dooii. ittsa-tf
. wmsv. uuu. Buy
P. AMBOA, Trea. i
'i
1861.
1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
v
' OimatoUscatOrcaUtn with th PirTSBUKQH, IT.
( f - WATNB fc 0BI0AG9 BAILKOAD ,
tbr FUUburgh, PMladtlpMa and SMimor. AUo
it- i ?r Ibrl Woyn4 and Chicago.
OoanNtlni at Clerthuid with the IiAKI BB0K1 BAIL
f ' ' "' B0AD .
Fr Danklrkt Bvtri, Albanr, Boe
i Md New Xerk.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
.V ' 1X0BFI BUND AT,
.' i'l from OeUunbat, la aonneotlon with Tralna on the '
fiTiB nuni aitd coLcnurji
AND XCN1A RA1LRUAD9.
' "iibbt tbain. r ., , , ." :
1 1 niunx sArjutaa.-MaTM uoiBmwnan.au a.u )
rui lean paaaeniers at an atauone aoata of uauoa,
top at Delaware, Aahley, Oardlnitoa and Oilead, and
it all itatlona north of Gallon, arrirlna at Olareland
Albany 1.80 A. M., Mew Xork 8:M A. at., Koatoa J:M
. at , Pttlabarah Tla OreatUn 3:40 P. H , Phlladel
alafclO A. Hi. Ohlcafe Tl CrUlneat7tH)P.M.
.V-( ' HOOMDtBAW. '
Kl TOBK IXPBIBg Ltate Coiambut at 11:10
a.m. Will nop at Uwii Centre, (for Whit galphnr
Sprtafi), Palaware, Oardlsgton, Oalioa, Oraatllna, Ahal
by,Mew London, Wellington and Orafton, arrlre at
Okaraland at 1:35 p. m.i Innklik, 8;50 p. m. Bnf
tale, lOtSt p. at.: Albany, 8:t5 a. m.i New ToitlrtJ
p. at. Bottoo, 4:W p. m. Thli Train oonncotaat 8nel
ff lot landutky, and at QJafton tor Toledo, arrlrlnf at
(olede at 9:f.m.; , ,H ,. . ..
XBIBD IBAIN. i,,, .- v
AIL AVD AOOO UMODATIONLeaTti Oolombai
. p. at. - Will itop at all lUUonl Booth of
helby, and at Mew London, WelUntton, Orafton,
and Beroa) arritlni at Cleveland) at & p. m.t Son.
Urk,tKla. m.i Buffalo, SOa. m.j Albany, tM p. m.
MewTorkTMp.at.f Beetvo, ll.'Up. m. Htubttrgh,
94a Onetlln, at ll:Sip. m.; rblladelphia, 1:00 p. m.t
Dhleafo, wia Qreatllae, 0:49 a. au Thla Iraia aonneete
at khelby for. jkutdutky and Eelado, arrltrtng at Soled
at MI5 p. m . 1 ' i m.i-. j ijv i i
: Patent Elaatiintf CaM 'btb rnn "nit all
) KightTi&IiiitoChloagoirew. '
' -i York and Boston.
1 Magtogi cie4 TAnugA to JTeu Tort and Botto
vno ivrKvta vntutnt.
i MIhtIaTaaarrtTMatOolnmbtiit.'..ll:)3P.
ClmtanatJ Kxpme arrive at Oolumbnl at 10:10 A. M.
' Aantaawdatloa Baprea erriTat Colanhai at 7
f. at.
gyrf,fAw fca by anrethet Ueute.
Ai for Tick U Cretilm ar CattmbaaW i
1 fUNT, t-
: -.i. -i , Baperintendtrnt, Cterelaad, Ohle
" '' JAMI8 rATTIBSOlf, Agent
. ,, Colnmbna, Ohio, ,
, Oolambui. Jaiiir,18ei. .. . ' . t
- fl? TutXwfMladI V'A' :.V.
d A A HP. CH OBEElf and BLACK
1U V TBAI 100 bag prim Bto a -
1BO pocket old vuton uoverpmeai java Vioooe
m C n. I n..ru ... I.
gOObhW, tandaid Whit I agar, osntllttOK 61 taw;
orad, Chruahed, Uranuutad A and J uosee.
WlnUle George Bank Oodfuh.
SObbl. M and HJllactt. VIX3.
B to. Plot Salmon. ,
lOO or. boa dl d V :! r h
. lOO at Olaan. dUTennt brand and grade.
aovU7
y ii
Wat, MCDONALD-;
And Kank.?Qok;baKi
jix
-Jill Wv W to t Ko. SB South High I treat.
W AlUOP BKIUTi
laat raeetred a m .a." Wf&tihi
baaoeutm au upcwi
w ,,. ... ni .) e-rfnti"ai ;ao n-a
DUXAEILIT r.AKlE.G KACIJULJJXSS
,m ariti
,rt, dtiili ifiv I
I WOROESTEIR'jS
ROYAL QUAETO DICTIONAliY.
Tha''lateit-Tne ItifMtfU rBert,'
: The Cnsapeit BdeauM th Bett,
"The neat Hell! ktttatdaVrA A
tberltr of the Eng-llalt L.aiiiwf t.S
"IHB BESTBNQLISp PIJXIONABI, XZXAVT.''
'; ' ,, , I rtry Mm ryh
"Beta are apwante of a Bandred Thotiaand Wordi,
whoa maiUfariooi meaning and derivation, torether
with theli eorreot tpellUig,aad prononelatloa at clearly
Mt before th y.)' .
"i ' Oinolnnatl Commurolal.'
'.-' i " ' ,t i i m ii ' k1 a -J
BtaAtUIhaUUm of tho Vmbtro of t4 OAUSUto
I ,.;' JkoeAeV AaaMMtoi
Th anderitirned, member of th Ohio Itat Teacbert
Aaaoeiatlon, adopt and aim tone la teaching, wrttlsg
and apeak In:, th orthography and pronanelatUa. of
Woreeeter'i Boval Quarto Dlotloaary, and w moet eor
dlally reeommend it aa th moet reliable ataodard aa-
tnority of th Bnglbh language, u It 1 now wrluen and
tpekan
Loam inina PrxUnt lami rjolti
n Oollere,
Zaaaerilli
M. D. lawn, Buparlatendeat Saatn
lletehooli.
Too. W. Haavrr. Ban't UaaaHoa Untoa IdueU
Uf V. Gowmir. finnU PnhllA Rnhnnl.. Htmiln."'.i;
Joaa Lthow, lup'tPabllo Bohoola, Olralevllle.
a. M. Baaroaa, Principal C lev land lemal Bemlna-
wa. UiToaau, flnp't Public School, Mt. Colon.
Job Oao-m, rriaolpal Stat Mormal School, Minn
ota. ... . "... -
Orau Niaoa, Principal fourth Intermedial School,
Cincinnati. , ,
U. g. Maktw, Bnp't Canton Union achooU. i ! V .
Bowm Baaat, Principal alert eely Normal Bchool.
u T. Tarraa, Prof. Matbematlc, Obi TJnrTerilty.
Wa. W. Bowaane, Bup't Troy Union School. ,
A. a. Horn, Principal Weet High Bo hoc 1, 01m
land. 1 .
B. A. NoaToa, Aawolat Principal High School, Cleve
land. . T bio bo a (mine,. Principal High School, Cbrrt
tend. ' ' ' '
B.J. Hcalrroa, Principal Cleveland Initltnt.
i. A. OaaruL, Preetdeat of Xleetie Isatitate, HI-
am.)
W. Ii. Baian, Prof, of Chemletrr, Ohio. Wleyan
Unlvrity. -, - !. . l'T;i ,
H- H. Baaatt, Ix Oemmljeloner of Common School,
Ohio.
Jaam Momtoa, Prof. Bhetorls, Obatlin OoUef. - ;
J Tw. Uuv, Prednsnt Antloca Oolleire.
'0. Wr It. OaTBoaar, Prof. aUUmnaUc,
Bchool. Dayton.
High
B. O. OaoHaaoaB, Prof. Language,
High School,
VuwQi
.8. M. Baaan, Bup't UoloaSchooUtAahUad.
Jort Am Btm Bundnd Ar rwai o CJbfl.
S a, froftuort, AtUAort and JHsUnouUUd Sdftca
rt,ha4mdordiitoooptmUmml. PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
afaitinra Oouawa wIt b trarjr a magnlflcent work,
an honor to th author, th puhUehere, and th whole
ouatry." Preaklent Andrtwt. , ...
Oaio Waaunraa UKtvmtiTt,-',II xad ary Mrpecta
Uob4 It will be my guide la orthography and pronun
aiatioti, and will often b ooflaulud by me for it neat
tai accural dnltlona.'' Preaidant Thompeon.
" W. S, ICLacnoOoLLaa "Heretofore we hare need
Webeter'l orthography. At a raoeat meeting of ear
Paealtr, u waa deeUed- te eaana tt to conform to that
of Woroeeter'i Boyal Quarto DloUonary." Prnldent
wirneia. . , . jl .. - . ,,.
' Warrtma Bntava Coixaoa. "I and It worthy of
901411 approbation.'' freelaent Ultcncock. , , '
.. OaaUra Cofliaa. "It more than meet mt zpot'
Uoairi I recommend It aa th itandard authority in
orthoepy to mychUdren and my paplla." Prealdant
morgan. . -. : s '
' AwnooB Couaai. I'l adont arid aim to aa tn teach
taa, writing and apeaklnc, th orthography and pronun
ouaoa oi norceetera jtoyai quarto uioaonary.-
Preotdenk BUI. ' ti -j .
"In all aur wrltina, -peaking, and teaohlng, I bat en
deavored to eonfona to th rale tor orthography and
pronunciation a ooatalned in W oroeaMr vlouonary
Horace Mann, lata Preaklent. r r
' Kmoa Coluob, Outran. ''I raoet ordlally
Bond It a th moat reliable atandard authority of th
BmrlUn langnagea it I ow wrltMa and apokea."
ireaaaai Anaraw. '
BCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OE, QH-
IromSmt. Anton BnyiX, Ommluiontr' of Oommon
i BokooU in Ohio. L
Th Cicttooary aa awperiebabM moanaHOteo the
learning and industry of It author, and aa honor to the
won el letter, in ainnantrai ieeuaon u rr lap,
rlor to that cf any other Leaitoa with which X am ao-
o,nalntd." . . ,
From Eon. B. B. JBanttf. Xtt-OommitrioH
"The, moet rellabla itandard authority of the
gnag-" '
WIATTBB"
IiOadins Newapapero of Ohio Say.
Jrom(h$ CUcdani BeralS of MarcMS
Th orthoiraphy of th Worcester Dictionary la that
BKd by moet, if aot all. author or dlatlnatlon In thl
country and Ingland, and oaaforaM t th nral aaaa)
of ordinary writer and apeaker. ;
- Whatever prejudice may hire ztitd prevlouity, t
careful itudr of thU hua will invariably be toV.jmtf
by a warm apprecuuoa oi it great mania, ana a aeau
to add It to the well eeleoted library, be it large or amalj,
Ittia Ubrarv Inttaeir. and WIU remain aa imperuua
bl record of the learning of It compiler. j
lrotn U OneinnaM OommnrHal of April M. f
n.r. era nowarda of a baadnd thoaaaad word locd,
bad and indifferent who mnltifarlou meaning and
derivation, together with their correct polling and pro
nunciation, ar et clearly before th eye. The work I
unoueattonably the great Tneeaurai oi anguan worua
ever publbhed. , i ; ;,. .; t
7rpt 04 ClMdanA nMulm oStpi. 90, 1KB.
CvidentlT Woacmmrt'a Bt aa Qoaar DtOTtoltiaT U
not mil Oa but. Out O aarr eaer of Ito kneir U-
ouodjtDi oan by do poHlbUltv inffer by oompaxlaoa or
VVawaaw TfJl mj . " " J
. ! ' from th IbUdo JBlaat of May .
At to raoaonciaTioB, Woaoawna u va STaTDaia
followed by our beet author; In definition be toav
aolhlna to be deelrad, and in Oa-moaaaraY It 1 inffloient
to eay that Woacarraa aa a aaftly foUwd
i ulttGHAIW dk BBAeO, - .
P n blither, Baekaellera 4c Staitlettera,
HO. -191 BtTPIBIOB BT, CiSVBLAJID, OHIO. v
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r- THE : MUTUAIabBENEro '
LIES INSURANCE
pWOrlt.'Wi aTi
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DlTideaei Jaittiarr 1,1861 , 45 Pot Cent,
ABBBTB. .. . mn . BIUCO 50,
Statement JaaaarrJ-i8i tu
Balnea, per latamtntiaa. let, BS0...w.l,4OI,BDl ts
Boaid (or rremluma !dT , ,-i;t,-i5ii. i
tag Ui r IBM) 1761.051 ;
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th year riwu ..."- i,ei m '
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Caah ta band B6,6SS4 IS
Bond and Mortgage on .Baal , .
worm u i
amount loaad.....v.Ai-w.ti7iMt'n 1 1
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coon of trnnililon..,. .,. 45,313 75 ..imr
Total Aaeet B1.81SJ58 50
f toilcfn In foiw,,uIrariflg, .
T.I7loIldMlnfora!,Uiittruig,.....BSft,420.a8
1 J i,!3 new POIlf let have beta Umtl during tht yev.
tartar a earerai calculation oi ma preeeni vaiu et u
naaaribrg rSllelet ol tht Company, and having lb
rutdeetory Otnomtt to-teaerv Uwteftt, tb Direer
tUHwdoeiareda pivmoia of 45 per on t. on th Pramt-
ma na Id at the table rate, to au poiimei ror me u lore,
kuued prior voarraary I, WOO, payable aeeerdlAf to th
preeenl ml of the Ooaapiuy . . , --v f! I -
i aaiearor an ktooaw liir uonungvncKw, rroepKv
nnt.Btotoment, d ApplkatloeM, Will ft attralabad
wiTooTMURaat thd poj iAls,l,tto Iratnr.
iawa HOB lWmBBTJW, TreMttA."
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MraMnua.kti uf,. sad at tagMreaanrmUa rataa. i
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SSsS I' ja. (I i aVMvjtAlil(lrlM'l
,.
.
lb
Ayer-sSajsaoarilla
A compound remedy, designee, to pe the mo4
effectual AlHralivo pint can be made. , It U
coneentrated extract of Par S&rtapariUa,
to combined with ptherrubstanceo still
gTatr altendre power a to afford aa effec
tive antidote tor the dleeatea -Safaaparilla i
reputed to cure. It U believed that auch a
remedy la wanted by those who tuffor from
Htrumoui compUinu, ana that one tv men wiu
acoompllah their Cure must Move of immense
tervica ty this large class of our afflicted Mow-
citizen. , How completely tlu eompouna wiu
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaint: i
SCUOFULA ' AMD SOBOPlLO US CoMPf.AlNTS,
EhuitipkS at Ebuptivb Diseases, UlCbba,
Pimples, Blotches, Touons, Salt Buecx,
Scald Kbad, SyrniLis ao- Smtuino Ar
Piotions, Mercdbial Disease, Dkopst, Neu
baloia on Tie DetjLOtmEtrx, Debility, Dys
PBPbia and iHDi'eusTioif, Keysipelas, Rosa
ob St. Anthony's Fibs, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising tom; Iuryitm or
tub Blood.
This compound will D6-rtund a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the fine
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
ara nioned in the bud. .Multitudes can.- by
the aid of tills remedy, spar themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the -natural ohannela of the body
by an alterative medicine." Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores ; cleanse it when yon find it is oh'
structed and sluggish in the veins ) cleanse it
whenever It is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. ' Even Where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well but with thla
pabulum of lift disordered, there can be no
lasting health..!; Sooner or rater something
must go wrong, and. the. greatmachjuiery of
life is disordered or overthrown. '
SarsacariUa hair.' and deserves Vuoh. the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously -deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that i claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any tnrag. eisei-i
Durinrr late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending o give quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain lituo, u any, barsapa
rilla. but often n eurative moneruea whatev
er. : Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. . Still
we call this eompouna Ssrsnparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
nam from the load of obloquy which tests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it lias virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run oi the diseases it is intend,
ed to cure.- L order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
bo judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle,
, . ....... --PREPABED llnil i. : - 1 -
' DR. J. C. AYEIt V CO.
' LOWELL, MASS.
Price, lperBottl Six Bottle for $3.
.Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has iron for itadf auch at renown tor th ur of
vary variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, Hi at
It Is entirely unnecMsary for u to recount the
avidenoe of its virtue, wherever it ha bean cnu
ployed. ' As it ha long been, in conatant uc
. throughout this section, we need not do mora than
aatur th people it quality 1 kept up to the best
it ever hat been, and that it may be relied on to
do tor tutir relief au it nat ever been round to ao.
Ayer's' Cathartic Pills,
-r-T . r0B TUB CU&B OF
Costioeiitss, Jaundice, Dytptpria, Indigettion,
Dytmitiry, Foul Stomach, Eryripda$, Headache,
Pilot, Rlioumalitn, Ervptiom and Skin Distases,
Liter Complaint, Drop, fetter, Tumor and
Salt Ilhetm,):, Worms; Got, Neuralgia,; ft
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Stood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
birtt aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
(amity physic. ... ... .--'t
Price 29 cents per Box t five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbrs of Clersymen, Physicians, States
men,, and eminent personage, have lent their
nam to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our tpaoe here will not permit the
insertion of them. ' The Agent below named fur
nish gratis oar AkebICaH Axuanac in which they
m girea, witu aiav iuu uvavripuuHv ui w.m kw
omplaintt, and the treatment that should b rbl
towad for their cur. -- , - , . . .-
Do not be put off by unpruiaiplaa deaiera with
Other preparation they male mora profit on.
Demand Atbk'S, and take no other. -Thictcs
want th best aid there is for them, and they should'
have it.
All Our remedies-ar for sale by , ,
, , . ROBERTS a SAMUEL, Colombo,
And ry DragirUUand Dealer everywhere.
noytr:iM.lww ;
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CANADIAN AUmTED STATES JfAJX
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TO ANJB) FHOJI ,' 'I
LONDONDERRY,.!. GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal,! Quebec, T
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Th Montreal Ooean Btoaaahtp 3mi
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ABEKBICA X0 ALL PAStt OP IU10P1. i
l" i 'im. ftaa-Stflo. At. 'a If.C
Will tall from LIVERPOOL every Wedneaday,
and from QUBBBO every Batardar. oalllna al
LONDONDBBBT, to noeiv on board and land Mai la and
Pasecugeit, to and from Ireland tad Bootland.
TTPThete Steamer ar built of Iron, in water-tight
oompartmeata, aarry etea a eaperienced Borgeon, ana
every attention it paia o u comton nu accommoe
tion of psngw. At they proceed direct to LONDON.
DEBT, th fieat risk tad delay of celling at BU John'i
I (voided. " "
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Uckete to and rrom i.ooaonaei ry.
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eaarere (rota aU th principal towne-of Oreat Britain and
Ireland, at redaotd ratal, by thl line cl (teamen,
by th WASHINGTON LINE Of SAILIW PACKETS,
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Bight Draft for XI and np ward pay
laaa or tt aieti
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Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
for Cincinnati, Dayton ft &rilanapoliil
ThroDgh to lndia'aarjolls withoa Cbang'e'of Cars
. and but One Change of Can between . ! :
" , . . '. Columbus and St. Louis. ' '
Four Trains DaUy from Columbus.
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AOOOMMODATION at B m., atoppag at all it
an btiween Columko and OlncianaU and Pay ton, ar
rlvina at Cincinnati at 10 05 a. m.. and at Carton at
8.10 a. m.,eonnotlsg at Dayton for IndltnipolM tad
thWit. ..,..
!... ,,. SECQND, TRAINfl , , i v . .
H.i 1 evnnnaa . . i TA.nn
London, Obarleiton, Cedarvllle, XenU, Bptlnz Tallcy,
uorwin, vneport, ran Ancient, morrow at., uenraon,
rotter, Loveland and Mllford. arriving-at Oineianaa
at 4.30 p. m., Dayton atS.45 p. m.,oonneoUiurwitb th
Ohio and MieaUtlonl Railroad for Loulivill. Ky., Tin.
oeuae. Oalre, St. Louie. McwOrleane, etol at Dayton
for Indlanaptllt, Lafayette, Ton Hsoto. Ohicaga and
attWattom point.'. , . . :,-u t:i; in
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL at 9.10 p. m k itoppttir at all t'atloni between
Oolumbua and XenU, aa at Spring Valley, Corwla,
Morrow and Love lead, arriving at Cincinnati at S a. m.
FOURTH TRAIN.: . ; '
at It 00 midnig
etnpplng at London, Xanla, Dayton, Middle toirn and
muni &.rnaas. t ib ifniun. B. w u uuuiu.i
Uamlltoa, arriving at Cincinnati at 5.85 a. aa. I at Day
ton at 8-55 a. m. oonneotlng st Cincinnati with the
Ohio and Uiaeluippl Bailroad lor Loulrvllle, Evanaville,
Tlnoennee, Cairo, St. LooU, Uemphlt, New Orleue,
and all peinti South and Sonth-weit; alto, at Dayton
for indlanipeiu, LaJayatta, lerr luute, vniago, t.
ITT Per further Information and Through Ticket,
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' ;i: General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
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Columbu. July 14, 1861., ,,,, i : .
EAST. CENTRAL OHIO
EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND
EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED !
CONHBOIlNa AT BBLLAIBB WITH TUB 5
BALTIMORE &' OHIO,
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PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
i.RAILROAD:-
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Shortest Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all liasten
Trains Leave Columbus as follows : J
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Lear Colnmka B.JO A. M. freta Onion Depot via
Bellalr or 8tnbnvlile arrive at Bellair, 19.S0 A.
M.i Btenbenvllle, 18. SO P.M.; Plttebnrgh, B.40 P.UaU
Harriibunt. 1.10 A. M.: via AUmtovm. arrive at Mewl
York 8.00 A. at., eta Pkiiadtlpkia. rriv at Phlkv
daiphia. 5.10 A. St.; Mew York, 10.30 A. AU OoaBMt
alio at Qarriaburi for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. at.
Sleeping; Cars attaono& te tliU Train
Mi Columbaa, ran directly thmgh to Bellalr
Pituburgh without cnangei and iaangar ..via-, Allen
town arriT in New Tork at 8 A. M.,
ITPTWO H0UB8 Hi APYAUCB 01. H0BTHIEH
.. LINES. " ' '
This Train also conneota al Bellaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
" PITT8BUBQH EXPRESS.
Leave Columbne 11 S5 A H , from Union Depot, via
eteubenvtllei arrive tt Newirk, 13 50 P. St.; Cmhoc
ton.8.15P. M.i Btoabenrllle, 8 P. M.I Pltuburg, 8.40
P- B. IT7Thl t tie only route by which raettngert
oan leaveOlnolnnaU at 7 A. M., go through to PilU
burgh In daylight, without change of car or delay.
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Leave Oolumbat S.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Bellalr! arrives at Newark, 3.83 P. II I Zaneavtue,
S3 P. at I Bellaire 7 .03 r. M.I rittionrrs, U.ao r.
I Barrlabarg, B.00 A. M.i na AUmtow. arm
New York, 4 P. M. via Philadelphia, arrive
Pblladelohi. 1.10 P. M.i New York, 8 P. M, Zblt
Train alto connects at BarrUbUrf (or Baltimore, ar
riving at 1P.M..' ' ' - , t
Thl Train run throagh to Bellalr or Pltteburg with
out ohann of Cant and from rlttatmrc there I no
ehanp of Car to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
Mew xora una ooeting -
The only Route front' Columbus to Baltimore,
rmUdelphia,oriNeir X ora, witn, only .
' " : v one change of Cars. , i ,
tw thla Train Patnfr arrhra fca New Toik fiv
hnaia in .dvuca of the Northern linat. -
Ibis Train alt oonneclt at Jeiia)r wim in MiHmort
S3 This Route is 30 miles shorter to Pitttbnrg,
and i more than IUU miles snorter to
- New York, than Nortbero Lines.
Bagfg Checked Throngn to all im
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ta th. Mnbiai.rneiiBnion. t .awnr wjawaroemetv aenrew.
teaa tU them at prtoe to lull the time., I havtiuat
received tut Stota- T l f t J t
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Speech of Moses Bates.
Speech of Moses Bates. In the Democratic Union Convention of Massachusetts.
i t f.awuaitt...,- ,., .- , ,. .'
Qimaasa or thb CoavauTioa Again tbs
Uemoeraey of a MueaehuMtts, through their
duly ileoted ddegstes, have aasembled lev Con
venttoo, to renew- their pledge of fidelity to
thoeeorloorples whloh eontituie the basis of
free gpverament, and once more to "pledge our
lives, our 'fortunce and our. stored honor" to
the iimpwt ot that Constitotlon under which it
Is 6 w pleasure and oar pride to live, and In de
fense if that flag which, for three-quarters of a
oeoterr, has waved wherever the foot of civilis
ed mat has trod.') Applause. ' But, ror tbe
first time ia the history cf en organlsitlon
which is coeval with the history of tbe country
sad pit) Buccal ' of reoabllcao Institutions th
ctonds wbicb portend tbe disruption of our Gov
esnmeat are enshroudine: tbe borlson.ani while
are aseembled to deliberate how we can keep
Secure oar ctantrys honor, hundreds of tnea-
Sevads ol oar feiiow-eiuieos, leaviog their plows
in the furrow and their impUraenta of iodoatry
in their workshop, are maroblog to the sound of
war in defense ot that banner which had been
ttruok down by a brother's bandr-The destruc
tion of Fort Snmter; tbe- mtesaore of oar Mas-
tacbuietta lellow-cltixeos while maroblog peace-
folly through the street ot Baltimore, and the
authority given to privateers to destroy the
commerce of tbe loyal States, are but too indel
ibly fixed Irr the minds of tbe American peo
ple to need to be referred to, even if this were
th occasion for eaeb allaslon. - Nor does It re
quire additional evidence to prove that we have
engaged in a dtjenim war, wnen we rememoer
that a majority of those, area from Republican
Massachusetts, wbo have engaged in fighting
their couDtri'e battles, are men opposed to. tbe
sectional and proecripiive platform of tbe party
wbicb, by accident ana tnroogn the ai vision ot
national men, nave been eievateu to ine positions
of Federalrftponeibllity and power. Bat while
the rank and file of tbe Democratic party have
responded gallantly to thecall of a Government
In whose election they bad no choice, and wbo
bare been fonnd never faltering in victory or
defeat, bat rtUylng to the defense of that Gov
ernment as men flock to feasts, the band of tbe
political executioner has not been stayed pro
scription bss been followed as never proscription
waa known before an honest criticism of tbe
Durpoees of tbe Administration has been met
by aete of personal violence, in derogation of
all law, and in defiance of the sternest acta of
justioe. (Jar commercial newspapers are aemea
a conveyance tnrooKn tne mans, wnue me ieta-
log disunion journal of the country, proclaiming
oar Federal Constitution to be "a league with
death, end a covenant with bell," la flaunted
wherever tbe authority of the Federal Govern
ment Is not disputed by tbe arms of their oppo.
o en to and still tbe appeals come echoed and
re-echoed in ear midst, for mercy at the bands
of tbe Democratic party, and we are implored
to surrender our organization, sod withhold our
oDTMeltlon to each and all the aota of the Ad-
mioltratlon,let the existence of Democratic
party, bewever small In numbers, shall be an
encouragement to tne act oi treason. . iap
planse-l ." . - I"
n But, gentlemen of the Convention, the ques
tion of an abandonment of our party organisa
tion, Is one whioh It Is yourprovince to decide,
and np mine to Indicate. That Ibe Democratic
party of tbe country . will support tbe flag,
"keeping step to the Union," and defend the
Government In Us constitutional efforts to
Oroih out disunion, is Illustrated by oar whole
history in tbe past, even when men now assnm
log to be more loyal tbarrourselves were with
holding necessary supplies from our starving
oldler. -and Droolalminr their teadlnees to
welcome toeiaV return "with bloody bands to
hospitable rraVes." Bat shall oar loyalty be
lees effective because we are Democrats t What
bat tbe manly self-denial of the intrepid An
drew Johnson has given him a position upon
the scroll ol lame, thai tbe honor of treason
can never efface, and still he adheres to bis love
for tbs Democratio party. 1 What but the al
most superhuman exertions ot the eloquent
Holt has prevented Kentacky from following
ber more Southern sisters Into tbe vortex of
disunion, and yet that distinguished patriot is
none the lea a Democrat for hie loyalty, The
gallant, fearless and lamented Douglas great
and long continued applaase laid down bis Ufa
pleading the cause of his country as paramount
to the obligations of party, bnt bo never urged
support ot tbe Uorernment any farther than
was administered within the boands of the
Constitution. Tbs prosperity of our Common
wealth and the happiness of oar people, daring
oar whole existence ss a nation, Is the strongest
evidence that tbe principles of this Government,
established by onr father, are founded In justice
and calculated to protect tbe rights of oar whole
people! end It is not lor as to permit the destruc
tion of that Government by tbe ruthless hand
or tbe invader.' Ana as the uemooralio party
ever bss been the party of tbe country, lending
its counsels in peace, tod in war fighting its
batdee, whenever battle were to be fought, or
victories won, so win it now aeiena tne glorious
emblem ef ear eountry against tbe hand of trea
son, whether traitors are found in the one or
the other extreme of polltioal fanaticism.
Great applause The responsibility of tbe
unnatural conflict In wbicb we are engaged Is
not wim me people or in loyat otatea. it nan
been forced upon os by designing men, wbo
have been wining this lair laono or uovern
meot wblch bad been reared, sbonld be made to
totter and fall unless their own ambitions ends
could be attained. But the loyalty of our whole
people bae been roused to a reilalanoe ss de
termined as tt is univereai, ana wim tne tan
stltation and the laws for Its vindication It will
fight on tntil tbe rights of our srAtt ta(ry
arereepeoted and secured., , .-, .
To be associated with yon. gentlemen. In
your deliberations in a crisis so momentous at
tbe preeenl, wnen wise counsels sre needed and
told wwn required to execute them, were aa
honor of which i might well be proud. . tor tbe
confidence you have reposed in me In assigning
to me so aiauoguianea a piece in your proceed,
iegs, I ' render you ay most grateful thanks.
Assuring yon that it shall be my purpose to die.
charge tbe duties with fidelity and with impar
tiality, and trusting a may rely upon your tor
beetaooe and co-operation, I accept tbe position
St jour .hands, end await , the pleasure of . the
yonvenUQU. applause, j, ..... , ,,,.;
Speech of Mr. E. A. Alger, of Lowell.
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Mr .' E:A- Alcer,1 ei Lowell, then took the
floor ani aald t' ...
It is with the greatest pleasure that I meet
my brother Democrats, representing every seo
tion of : the Commonwealth.' once again, as a
Pemocrat and member of "tbe Demoeratia
psityv. I have jovea ana cneniuea Ltmocrauc
prloeiples from tnj youth. " I have studied them
tn (hc writing! of men most Renowned 4n the.
history f oorciuntryt 1 hsv 6sngbt tbfcm a(
they fed front tbe lip or the most Illustrious
tatMmea f our day i and I hear It stated to dav.
Jot tbe first time In my life, that It Is unpatriotic
ta make I Democraua nomination in Massachu
setts;' ( Applause.! , Is It possible, MrA Tresl
dent.that we ilte) M h latter part of ihe 19 tb
century, ana in rateingent oia intssacbasetts,
that boasts or ner tJOBoora. ner Leiineton and
Baskef tfltlt 'Are e such degenerate sons of
bur fathers as Dot to res) our hearts gipr At the
recollect loo of tbetjloflob ltTgacy bequeathed
to os by themT '' For th nal-tLei Idr. Fresl-
dot It le MievUi4,laM AkB prtoolntoe:VOB
have marie ps, one of the .most. Illustrious Ba
tumi art tbe lac or th siona ara . aniarronitua
to that genius and spirit of our, nation I Is lbs.
if genius and spirit of our, nation 1 la that
;Ji-f..ai.1 fcne ri'"l 9d J.v.fl-i:j''l a v.
Bferenoe has been made to a mnd'U
Sdooto
VNo
Referanca
'very Dtmooratio heart on of God's tre no-J
Blllty th leader 01 Ina pooort ot toe mw
racy last year, . I refer to thedittinguUhed and.
lamented Douglas, t a nan saa .saenuoa bis
Hams wilnoni making my Beart turooquwa
er, and leading me to cling more closely to that
great charter whioh has brought oar nation ep
to its present high position. Let It be tinder
stood here, that for almost tbe entire history of
wis great uontederacy, it btS been tbe Demo
eratia party which bss developed the mljbty
energleeor this mighty people.. Applaase.
vv no is toero ner that would, In tnis dark
boor of the nation's peril, ask the Democratio
party to surrender their principle end their or
ganlztUont And for wht7 - Wbo aeserta that
we ar to obtain aor tblne in . exchanceT
Yet tbe propoaliion 1. that wa aurreadar tbe
party, for what I know not, and care not. Il Is
enough for me to know that ilia Damooratlo
standard still exists, and Is embltsooed with
tbe name of tbe traett men that have existed
in the past, and tbe noble t patriots that exist In
tn preeen Appituee j
'My beart was sad that I felt comnelled to
differ, al the last eleetion, from men whom I
loved and cherished and respected i but I did
what I could in the same of Democracy, for tbe
noble standard-bearer whose ntme bat been
mentioned here, and side by slue with my
brother Stevens, I labored to make him tbe
great national exponent and representative of
the great Democratio principles. Bui we were
stricken down by a party division. I have no
with to say anything Invidious, sad I will only
say that the national organization of our party
was Broken up; and now tbe question is, enau
the same mu be allowed to break up what
exist of it in Massachusetts. ' Loud cries of
'No.l
' Never, In tbe history of our country, has there
been such a question to be solved ss Is now
pressing upon us. All over tbe nation, tbe
heart of our friends are wounded and bleeding
in consequence of this war. 1 know bow gen
erously and magnanimously the lamented Doug
las came forward and eaid to tbe President. " I
am with you In all eonifiufionaf measures ta
administer the Uorernment." There waa tne
qualification. We have no party open that
question. . The Constitution and Union of our
oountry and the enforcement of tbe laws, have
been prominent In the Democratic action of the
past, applause, and when Mr. Douglas made
that offer to tbe President, I eay be wae right I
and 1 stand here as a lover of tbe American
Union, not as sn alien, not as an enemy to It (
and no man's heart, within this broad ex pa dm
of country, throbs more stronger in bebalf of
the perpetuation ot that beloved Union man oo
tbe hearts of the men present here to day
Loud applause. And are the Democracy to
surrender their love of eountry, their love of tbe
Union, and of thoee noble principle of Democ
racy that underlie oar great ejstem of govern
ment 7 Manyvoiocs ' No." Are wo to ear
render tae great charter of onr political faith,
wbea we know, by the record of our country's
history, that all the greatneea w have attained
can be directly referred to UT Voloee "No."
1 (eel that this la a crisis in our ntstory t ana,
as Patrick Henry once said, ! have no light
by which my feet are guided but the light of
experience," I aak you, fellow Democrats, if it
is not safe to pursue that oourse of policy wbicb
has given vis this great charter of liberty and
maintained tt In its integrity, and advanoed
tbe country to its present exalted position among
tbe nations of tbe earth 1 I aik you if we are
to surrender that wbicb, for more than eighty
years, has secured, not only the Independence
of this great people, bnt also tbe genius of the
Constitution and the slory of its law7 Are
we now to be called upon to sty that this party
organisation cannot contain a patriot t Are not
the membere of thl party lovers of the Con
stltation I Have they not been true in tbe pait?
There may have been, now and then, In tbe hi-.
tory of tbe country, an unraitniai democrat.
We have bad a Benedict Arnold, and we have
bad others r bat for the last hundred days, we
have had tbe grandest crop of traitors that any
country ever bad. I know of no way of de
feating those traitors bat by carrying oat toat
poiloy whioh nas made tne nation woat it ia.
The only way to gel rid of partisan leaders, is
by adherence to principle. Principles live for
ever i men pass away, wnen tney tan to rue
above aalfitbnet and to manltaet thlt patriot
ism by adhering to those prlneiplea which un
derlie the welfare and prosperity of their coun
try. I believe that to-day there Is not a Democrat
In Watiachusetis wbo does not go lor toe en
forcement of the laws, for the suppression of
tbe rebellion, for the maintenance of tbe Con
stitution, and, at the aame time, for aiding the
Administration entrusted with tbe Government
to suppress tbe reoellton, even In tbe ranks Ol
war. led on by the brave McClellan, or any
other General. I believe that tbe patriotism of
our party ia sumoieat for that, and is nas been
declared, time and time again. Bat In order to
do that It Is not neoeaevy that we abould ear
render our ortanisstion and principles, bat that
we should still adhere to them, as tbe only eoet
ander whloh wa oan act at the oreeent time
And let me say, that every single man here, I
firmly believe, goes for tbe Integrity and en
tirety or tbe Amerlosn union, at all btsaras, in
every field, and In every portion of tbe Confed
eracy. Applause, eodorie of "Good."
One word more. I am not going into a dls
caision of the oaases of this war I leave that
for some other timet bat let me say, that there
is one thing that now stands out prominent, and
that is, that If we bad adhered to the legacy
left ns by tbe Father of his Country, we should
not be In the present etralt, Geographical par
ties have arisen, and that is tbe reason why we
sea men, brothers, marshaled in arms against
etch other many of them oenigncea, many oi
tbem deoeived, many of them cheated j bat
thank GodJ when we bave oased through this
crisis, we shall be ready to give better heed to
the warning voice of him who was "Brat in war,
first in oeaoe. and first in tht hearts of his
countrymen:" who said. "Form no geographical
parties in our land." - it we had nut given need
to that eounsei, we should not now be nere coa
siderlog the question that Is bsfore as.
Hunan's Champion Bxlt Sols at A canon
it may be remembered that some weeks afte
the great fight In England, two belts were pre.
tented to tb combaUnt. Savers receiving one
al the hands of the editor of WUkit't Spirit
th Timet, and Heeoau one at the bands of the
editor of 3eu Uf. A the Delta were not
paid for at the time of the presentation, Hee
nan went borne without his trophy, refusing to
accept it on that account. On the SUth ultimo,
the one presented to Heensn was put op at auc
tion ia liondon, and sold to Ben Caoot tor lorty
eight guineas. The origins! value of tbe belt
waa one hundred guinea, and its weightbetweeo
fitly and sixty ounces. ... i , f. .
OB EAT CURE.
, , dr;lelanb'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
EnenjnaUsTtt,' Goat ' and Heuralgla,
' r': ABB UBJCUBBfOB .
All Mercurial Diseases.
,01'. -. L i , ,, ' ... v
' Tt ta' k mt.iiU.tlt tnunl Baad. oatalaig a m
Icaled eoeapoaad, to be wan areeud th Waitl, without
in jury to th moat doUoal person; a change In nabtu
ef Itving it required, and ft entirely remou the dls
CM from la yeteaa,' wltnoal preoocing me nq ansae
uUiM tna m dT Merarfal tnaatnal aaadl-
oinet, wnlob weaken aa saimr w
t .Mnonr mM onlr. Br this treatment, tb med-
kiaalaropertleeootitalMd tn th Sand com. ut oontaot
with th blood and reach U disaaa, ttirtmh the pore
of th akin, effecting la twy Jneteno a perteci our,
and rMtorlnathe part afflk-ttd to a healthy condition.
Xtoe BaaduudaeaaaottavawaifulAJm-MaaamiaaaaraD.
sndwiU entirely relievttheiystea (rm, tbprvMttmt
effect of Mercury v Moderate cam ar cured la
day, and we are eoaetauUy ttatlviag MKmoaia aClta
eiBcacT In aggravated sauce of long standing.
rarcai B,U, to at had f ragi'ito w.rallyt er
be eeatby mail or eapreaa, with fall dlreetloaa for
to any part of th oountry direct trot th principal
Ofhce, ' '
O. SMlTII At CO., Sol Proprietors.!!
, It,,. DeorlpHrClroulriSntrr. .
A- i. BCHUBLLBB A BON. Daowairra, AotTt,l
X1 B, High Su btt. f rtowtaad Maowi, Oelnmaaa,
j'iiD.3tsTOU WaatdilErrvaete.,.
thJIylKil(to.dW
r
few
,
O.
STONE'S BAZAAR
. i. i .., I., i.
ISTo. 4s Grwvnno BW.k.
'i P.iSTONE & O'nARRA?
them. Na tuch .took of Ooodt bae ever been broKuVto
thlt market. Th, Boata, la coneequmw W th faUu !
of the grain orop, baa not been tMo to parohaao the aa
aalojuantlty of rich good, and thl fact haa forced the
I ta porta re to tell them at public auction. Our buye '
(Mr. Bton) being to Mew fork at then largo eale, took
advantag of them, and W tan and will i oar good
here, at toe than any on who parchaaed two weekesince,
paid for them in Mew Xork. Ourttook It compute In
vary department of
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILK3, ' - : i
OTTOMAN VELOURS, V3 V I l Mi
BROCME VALENCIA8,
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURG3,
. .. .. DYED COBUGSi
BLACK ALPACA8, . .1 )
- ORLEANS,
i, FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,
ALL vVOOL DELAINES, '
.POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought ia Ono Day,.;
LADIEST FURS,
. HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Men', Ladle and Children's Under Ihlrta and Drawer;
Ladle, Mieee nd Children' Hoaiery ef ill Mode, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool! fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of every auk.
A oemplete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of ; ,.
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
OVERCOATINGS.
TWEEDS.
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, do., &e.
To nartontwho call on us. re olerira ourworda to
bow them th largeat, bett and cheapest stock of Goods
aver teen In thl market, or pay them one dollar per
hour while looking.
oeei-duxtawitw. bivhb a o'habba.
NEW -ARRIVALS.
OjT i- - - '
Spring & Summer Millinery.
The BtoolC ReiplenUhwl
DAILY,
FKOiTI LATEST IIKPOBTATIIINS Or
NEW YORK.
MT STOCK Of
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is cow ompUt,comprUlcg every variety of MUIa-
ry; atoo, a Urge ttsortment ot Embrolderiet, Hottery
and Notion, a., and la quantities and price that can
not fall to lilt all who may favor a with call. Tb
good bav been bought tt Panic prices, and will be told
at a mall tdvtnot on ooat.
HILLIHEEY
Miss M. E.YOUNG, late of New York City,
will rnperlnttnd th Millinery Department. Her long .
experience' In th moet faahlonabl Establishment In
Broadway will alen be a warranty that eh will be ebt
to giv entire aatlafatUon ta mature of tut to ill who
may favor her with their ordtra.
Th Ladleaof Columbus and vicinity will pleat ac
cept my a In care thankt for their liberal patrontgt, and
I woeild swtptctfully to licit a oontlnuanot of tbe same.
R. H. WARE,
.69 Eaat Town Mt.. Celnmbnt, o.
HEL"LEBtkWn9tf5
PBICII REDT0ID
from the New i ork Obeerver. 1
A all partte manufacturing Beting Machine, ar ob
liged to p.y Mr. Howe a license on each machine eeld,
and art a to compelled to mak returns to him, ander
oath, at to th number sold, his booke give acorrectatatc
ment. from thl reltaote sourc we have obtained tb
following ttatiaUct. Of tht machine mad In th year
1869, than were told,
By Wheeler A Wilton SUM -
I. M. Singer a Oo 10.SU
Q rarer A Baker 10,380 ' i ; .
Bhowlng the tale of Wheeler It. Wilson to be double
tbot ot any other Company."
Awarded tht hlghett premium at th
United Btatos fairs of 1B58, 18j and IBM;
tlaott th
Ohio Stat Pair of 1859 and 1801' '
and at nearly all th Ocunty fair In tb SUM.
Onr price, it th late reduction, or at lot a any
toot cA mtehln now eold. and but ttlne higher than
th Interior taw Mrad eiat cA taacAfrMt, now
roreed noon the markea. -
Th WHEBLEB A WILSON MAOHrNB make tut ..Q
Locb Btiob tnt only on whloh oaonot be raveled. It
le Auat on Bo-ra Hi pa of the good ImtLu m rttio or :.
tkainonlh tmder tid.
All macMnee warranted I year, and metnuUm
1m In their in. free of enarre. .
H. VJMUx,OA niiu ii.vu.v.vi
WM. SUMNBB a CO.,
ta$-SAwd3ufcwOa Pike" Opera Hoaea Clntatl.
.n.nw a. ii k . , 1 I A
RISH STEAMS H IF LIN Es"
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY
The foDowin new and magnlfloant Brat-classpadJll
wheel Btnmshlps oompot th above Itoe:
ADRIATIC, t.888 tons burthen, Cipt, 3. Mao
(formerly tt the Collin Line.) . ,
HTHE RNI A. . 4.400 tons burthen. Capt. N. Mow.
nm.iTMRIA. - 44110 B.l
PAOISIO, w ... . -""" ,,
PRINOB ALBBRr (8rw.) m 1
r... th. iiwin ahlne will leave New York at Beaton
alternately every Taooday rortnignt. lor uaiway. ear-
th government mall,, touching at St. iohat,. ,,;
B? . f
Xb Bleamera f thl Ho aav beo atittrtod wlfk
lb grtawat oar, nnder th auptrvulon of th govern- ,
meat, have wator-tlght omprtmnt, and ar unexoel
imA forexaafort, tnfew tnd tpeed by ay tamr afloat. ... tt
Tbwy are oemmaadtd by able and zperinoed fflnira,
ul ever) exe-doa will be made topraaototbatMaferl-' '-
oi peeeanrere. . - . - ii
Ao,experienca eurgecn atwenea y ewca amp. .
4 HATES OP PASSIOK. ' ' ' ''
flrlt-eltat N. T . or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool Bine
Beeoaovolast, ' - - " ' . ' .
Pi ravaiaae, w r. wvmu ,
Tbird-olet, i. ' M " ' t Clwy rLlyrprt. s;
ot any town la lreiaiu, on a ""' , - - - .,
" i.i.rfiu. minna ar liberally aupnlled with pr-. ' 1
vtaienaof u bea quality, okd and rvd by tbeMfl -.01
VaaKoflliaCompaiy. , , " w 1 ,!;'
' pmrUatwUhlni toeend forih.tr friendt froto Ine eld, '
ooantrr aa obtain tfekele froia any town oa a railway, ia t'1
Ireland, br from th prtaolpat olUwoi Biln4n.v s
sand. Mvry low raua. - -
Paatengere for New Xork, arrlvlog by to Boston
Btctanarat will be rorwarded to Se York Ire of ehargf.
i! ' '.."hr. WW. H. WIOKUAMf n
At th offlot of th Company, on lha wharf, foot of j
f!TroVANVaAmNWAlt,toto." r-f-.t
anritlftdoaa.. t: i " t -U t'.jf bln-.-W
- i . n. ii .i in SiuiT
RErf .S.Al r USt WA'XSiFRtMT tial
, OIAX.CLOins. Alto, ether nutkM of S.nug
O leak Clothe, In all art rail taiaurtw Bindtnre, lae- ,ag
ml, ant Button to match. BAIN A BOst, li'
prilt Ke. IB South High ttre

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